Yeomanstown Stud Announces 2019 Stallion Fees
Yeomanstown Stud are delighted to announce the 2019 nomination fees for its four stallions standing at Morristown Lattin Stud.
Dark Angel – €85,000
Gutaifan – €10,000
El Kabeir – €8,000
Camacho – €12,000
Commenting on the announcement, Gay O’Callaghan said “CAMACHO has had a sensational season on the track in 2018, headed by the classic winner TEPPAL (Poule D’Essai Des Pouliches Gr. 1) and Royal Ascot winner SIGNORA CABELLO (Queen Mary Stakes Gr. 2 and Prix Robert Papin Gr.2). Adding to this are over 30 two-year-old winners in 2018 and a very positive year in the sales ring.”
“DARK ANGEL has had another sensational year at stud, proving himself once again as an established Group 1 producer. With a new Gr. 1 winner in 2018 in the form of HUNT who ran out a good winner of the Shoemaker Mile Gr.1 at Santa Anita, adding to his previous three Group 2 wins. The emergence also of Raging Bull who is among the top rated three year old milers in America having won listed, Group 3 and Group 2 contests, he looks set to be a future star. BATTAASH (King George Stakes Gr. 2) and HARRY ANGEL (Duke of York Stakes Gr. 2) showcased their scintillating speed and durability this season, competing at the highest level. Dark Angel’s influence as a broodmare sire was also seen in the top-class performers Havana Grey and Rumble Inthejungle.”
“It’s been with great excitement that we’ve watched GUTAIFAN’s yearlings sell this autumn. The record breaking dual Group 2 winner and son of Dark Angel was very well supported in the sales ring by trainers, agents and owners alike who were impressed by the excellent quality of his stock which share his attributes of strength and class.”
“We look forward to the first foals of EL KABEIR to be born this spring. As a son of the hugely influential Scat Daddy, he is a really exciting prospect and a wonderful looking individual who showed both a very high level of ability and toughness on the track . He was a Multiple Graded Stakes winner at 2 and 3 from 5 furlongs to a mile and sixteenth and will continue to give European breeders the opportunity to avail of precocious and speedy bloodlines.”
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